“We’re getting through so much mess!” Tyson Fury shares a hilarious insight into coronavirus blockage with his wife Paris and their five children
He is locked up in isolation with his wife Paris and their five children.
And Tyson Fury gave Good Morning Britain a hilarious insight into life at the end of the coronavirus on Tuesday, complaining that he was unable to get rid of the massive amounts of waste they came through.
The 31-year-old heavyweight champion told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid that despite not being able to work out in the gym, he still remains fit with daily workouts at home, and likes to spend more time with his family.
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Staying Home: Tyson Fury gave a hilarious insight into life in self-isolation with wife Paris and their five children during a performance on Tuesday’s Good Morning Britain
Tyson told Piers and Susanna that it remains positive during the COVID-19 lock, and said he embraces the opportunity to spend more time with his children.
He said, “There are positive things to get the most out of, the positive for me is that I spend a lot of time with my family and do a lot of family activities. When this is all over, I think it was a good time. ‘
Piers also asked Tyson how he copes with not keeping up with his grueling gym regimen during the lockdown, with the boxer admitting he came up with nice alternatives.
Busy: Heavyweight champion told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid that despite not being able to work out at the gym, he still stays fit with daily workouts at home
Full house: Tyson and Paris join much of the UK to lock up their children as the nation continues to fight COVID-19
He explained, ‘It’s quite difficult because I can’t go to gyms and exercise, but I did a workout video live on Instagram every morning.
“It helps people’s fitness and mental health. Everyone is going crazy in the front room while we are training. ‘
Tyson also hilariously told Piers and Susanna that with a family of seven, they are getting more food than ever at home, leaving a huge amount of waste.
Busy: Tyson told Piers and Susanna that it remains positive during the COVID-19 block, saying he embraces the opportunity to spend more time with his children
He said, “The bins come to my house every two weeks, I have a truck full of trash to take to the point and I can’t take it. I have to wait until next Monday before the garbage collector arrives.
“Leaving the kids out of school every day, every day we go through so much food and crap is just incredible.”
Tyson made headlines worldwide last month when he defeated American boxer Deontay Wilder in an epic rematch that crowned him the heavyweight world champion.
Where does it all go? He also said that with a family of seven they get more food at home than ever, leaving a huge amount of waste to throw away
When asked if he would be open to stepping into the ring again against Wilder, Tyson said he wouldn’t rule it out.
He said, “I’ll have to give him some traps, one of those things you’re proud of.
“Not many people in boxing say anything, do exactly what they are going to do, so I’m quite proud of the performance, looking forward to getting rid of the corona virus and getting back to work.”
Tyson added that sport remains a “ big part of people’s lives, ” after speculation as to whether the Premier League season could resume behind closed doors.
Good Morning Britain is broadcast on ITV weekdays from 6am.
So much, “Letting the kids go out of school all day, we have so much food and crap just incredible,” he told Piers and Susanna